Find out how Armorcoat® safety film can protect you.
Glass, the Weakest link in a Blast…
Unfortunately we live in a world where bomb blast is a real danger to our safety and security. A bomb blast turns unprotected glass into dangerous flying shards.
Lacerations due to high-velocity flying glass fragments have been responsible for a significant portion of the injuries received in explosion incidents. Source: FEMA 428 Risk Management Series
During a blast, glazing will break causing serious injuries. Blast pressures can carry broken glass at speeds in excess of 100 feet per second (68 MPH).
With Armorcoat safety film, applied to your existing glazing, we can help you drastically increase your level of protection and save lives.
Solar Gard Armorcoat safety film helps to reduce the risks of flying glass that can cause severe injuries or death during an accidental explosion or terrorist attack. Armorcoat creates a protective barrier protecting the people inside of targeted and surrounding buildings from the effects of a blast.
Saint-Gobain is the world’s only manufacturer of both glass and window film.
Saint Gobain: Solar Gard is part of Saint-Gobain, a group with more than 350 years of experience in glass manufacturing, including complicated safety and laminated glazing solutions. Saint-Gobain is the world’s only manufacturer of both glass and window film.
Solar Gard: Armorcoat is made by Solar Gard, an industry expert in film and coating solutions for more than 40 years. Armorcoat has been rigorously tested to globally recognized standards, including GSA, ISO and ASTM.
Our business partners provide a consultative approach. They will ultimately provide the best option for your specific window frames, situation and building, be it Armorcoat or (combined with) other options such as e.g. blast curtains, laminated / safety glass.
The effects of a blast can be devastating but understanding the dangers and knowing how to mitigate them can save lives. See common questions below and download important PDF resource documents for more information.
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